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influence in the least. this is book tv and c-span2. >> we would like to hear from you. tweet us your feedback. >> what i discovered is that jefferson and appears to be a man of contradictions come by when you do something rather simple, which is to put him on a time line and examine all of his sayings and actions in an excellent chronological order, certain patterns emerge, and things simultaneously get a little bit more complicated, but a lot simpler. and we are actually dealing with to jefferson's. the young jefferson was a fiery radical emancipation, and there was the older jefferson who really embraced slavery. the year in jefferson on the enough has not been studied all that much. as a newly minted member of the house of burgesses he made a proposal to immense apace slaves in virginia. he made on the sly, shielding his intensity using relative to submit the bill, which is a good thing because is relative was denounced as an enemy of this country, and the bill was summarily dismissed. and later under his own name as the revolution approached he floated a more
your turkey questions. e-mail us at or tweet us at fox friends first. >> we have the master butcher. he is showing us how to properly carve our turkey this year. >> it smells good. >> it does. thanksgiving is a lot more than food. >> as we all know the holidays can be stressful and hard at times. that brings us to our brew own this question of the day. we have a special guest helping us out. dr dr. keith ablow. >> he is going to help us survive the family drama. >> you can tweet us at fox friends first or e-mail at keith ablow will be here to help us answer those questions. >> the top five stories making news at this hour. the search for a serial killer is now over. police raying and charging a staten island sales man who is caught on video at the crime scene. spent 24-hours being questioned finally cracked and confessed. he knew all three of his victims and might have been planning to strike again. they found this gun in his bag which he kept at his girlfriend's apartment. it was the same one used in all three attacks. >> hobby lobb
. you can also tweet us @bpshow, and on facebook at facebook@billpressshow. and you can have it out with your fellow full court pressers by going to and then clicking on the chat room and you are in you are in. peter ogburn and dan henning, members of team press on duty this friday morning. >> happy friday. >> good morning. >> and siprion bolling. he has a little hangover this morning. he went out to see the premier of the new james bond movie at midnight. >> i could not do that. siprion how was it. >> bill: what do we say here? >> two thumbs up. >> bill: all right. >> she actually plays james bond judy, does. >> bill: oh okay. john boehner not wanting the president to get all of the limelight, john boehner gave an exclusive one on one interview last night. she wasn't drunk. >> oh, really? >> bill: does anybody believe this? >> i'm the most reasonable responsibility person out here. the president knows he and i can work together. >> bill: i'm the most reasonable man in washington except eric cantor has a gun to my head. >> yeah. >> bill: and to show how tot
. >> as always, shoot us an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc or tweet us. let us know why in the world you're awake this morning. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> still ahead on "way too early," as if congress neededre raises new alarms about the fiscal cliff. >>> when we come back, we'll huddle around the water cooler. >> oh, my lord. >> what is going on with the lab coat? >> let me read this. a helpful crash course on preparing your turkey. >> all that when "way too early" returns. my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? >>> all right. this is where we say enough with the real news, let's send it ov over. what is lewis wearing? >> will you learn how to cook turkey today. he's a gentle creature with frail hands, frail bone structure. as you talk about slaughtering turkeys this weekend, i think turkeys have much more of a masculine bone structure. >> take it away. >>
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. >> it was awesome! >> love the shy one there. viewers tweeting us tonight, so many to choose from, this couple, soldier husband home. a dog lover sending us this. most thankful for my four pomeranians. a survivor of sandy saying, home, heat, electricity. this little guy, grateful for my dog zoe. and some proud parents, fabian's first thanksgiving, standing with a little help from dad there. you can tweet us any time. @davidmuir, @dianesawyer. we would love to know your three words. >>> when we come back on the broadcast tonight, listen closely to this. [ basketballing dribbling ] there is a holiday classic in there, like you've never heard before. and after the break here, we reveal how they pulled this off. since amerinancial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ try this... bayer? this isn't ju
program this weekend. you can tweet us at booktv, comment on our facebook wall, or send us an e-mail. booktv, nonfiction books every weekend on c-span2. >> one of the things he learned what you read about, children of alcoholics, and people in a kind family dynamic is at a childlike bill clinton begins to feel like he has the responsibility of the teeming the family, creating. he set up. he is an incredible student. he's at the front of his class. he becomes very active in boys nation, which is this kind of junior american legion. gets nominated to go to washington as the quote unquote boys, nation candidate for u.s. senate. goes to washington, he's already six feet tall. he strives to the front of the line when they go to the white house to see president kennedy. and then when kennedy finishes his speech, bill clinton votes forward and get his picture taken with, alongside of john f. kennedy. is so proud. he is so proud. and he is already dedicated to the idea that he is going to be the person who is going to bring complete honor to the family. it already, by the age of 17, is planning to
on book tv? send us an e-mail. or tweet us. talks about the history of the office of strategic services in china and the successes and failures the organization had. this interview, recorded at the u.s. naval academy in annapolis, md., was a part of the book tv college series and is about 20 minutes. >> on your screen, a professor at the u.s. naval academy, also the author of this book, al ss in china, a prelude to a cold war. professor, if you would, start by briefly describing china's role in world war ii. >> china's role in world war ii is very complex. first of all, china entered the war first. most people in china would agree that china entered the world were to way back in 1937, july july 1937 with china and japan went to full-scale war. that fact, of course gile was not recognized by the mainstream western scholarship because most people think will work to start the september 1st 1939 with german panzer is rolling into land. so in that sense china was into the war much earlier, so it lasts longer. on the other hand, well or to was basically a fully mechan or tweet us at >> america ranks 29th in the speed of internet behind bolivia and ukraine. obey the. >> we pay 38 times with the japanese pay for information. you pay on average with taxes $160. in france you pay her $8 and you get worldwide calling 70 countries, not just the u.s. and canada. you get worldwide television. not just domestic. enter internet is 29 times faster uploading and downloading. and you're paying less than 25 cents on the dollar. all of these other countries understand a fundamental principle. in the 19th century, canals and railroads were the key to economic growth of industrialization. you had to move heavy things like steel. the 20th century came on. it was highways and the interstate highway program, for example, and airports that were crucial to economic growth. now if the information superhighway. what is the does the industry say? don't call it that anymore. >> david johnson on the ways corporations try to rob you blind tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern on "after words." and tomorrow watch for tom wolfe. that is opening night at miami's
on myself. can guess it. tweet us at @tytoncurrent. comedian, political satirist, & acto but first & foremost i'm a new dad. we at current tv are very aware of recent studies suggesting that poor diet during the first 1,000 days of human life can cause irreparable harm to our brains and our bodies. that's why "current" has partnered with "1,000 days" to help spread the word & combat a problem that ultimately effects all of us. to see how you can help go to current dot com. brought to you by basf. the chemical company. . >> but know, it's too bad that it's too late for me to become a general because when i saw what generals get as part of their package, executive jets, palatial homes drivers securities guard, gourmet chefs, like they're all cenk uygur or something. our own michael heyings has been covering this for quite awhile now. he had a chance to sit down with pierce morgan on cnn. >> essentially the media has played a role in protecting david petraeus and promoting david petraeus. we saw it again tonight, a spokesperson in baghdad, who was a roommate with petraeus is on tv def
for christmas gifts. nice, right? well what is the problem? she sent the tweet using an >> wow. >> and food banks in san francisco and marin are unexpected late boost with a big thanksgiving donation from world champion san francisco giants. the team answered the call to help food bank was a $10,000 check that. is enough to pay for remaining turkeys for several organizations of feed the hungry. the day after thanksgiving is now orange, black friday for giants fans. tickets going on sale this coming friday. >> we're talking sports teams and giving raiders good in on the season of giving. >> yes. scoring big local communitie >>> coming up a local official accused of lavish spending on taxpayer dime. also... >> i can't imagine going through anything any worse. >> a gripe with a local man that brokered adoption of her two children z the last second move by a basketball star that will keep a holiday tradition from fading away. those stories and more coming up at 6:00. >> owningland raider maze be struggling a bit on the field but off the field the team is scoring points with the community.n 'u d
this holiday weekend. we love for you to tweet us @dianesawyer, @davidmuir, what catches your eye. >>> and when we come back on the broadcast tonight, a tv dad and that trademark sense of humor. >> good night, baby. >> good night, daddy. >> and i didn't even have to buy her dinner. >> tonight here, going home with bill cosby, as he remembers more than just his tv family. he's our "person of the week." >>> and finally tonight here, our "person of the week." long after playing cliff huxtable and his beloved tv family, tonight, bill cosby remembering his real life family and their struggles, saying thank you to the people who helped them. ♪ nicknamed america's dad, dishing out advice coupled with that trademark sense of humor. >> i did it. i'm sorry and i should be punished. >> we know it, we accept and you will be. >> reporter: we all remember that warning from dad. >> i am your father. i brought you in this world, and i'll take you out. >> reporter: the cosby show breaking barriers at the time, reflecting the truth for many african-american families who, up until that point, hadn't seen a cele
in on everything. and use the measures in maryland, the hash tag division 2012 to tweet us your thoughts. >>> straight ahead, voters hit by super storm sandy still determined to complete their civic duty. how they casting their ballots in locations under water without power. matt. >> and strong voter turnout in the district. there is one issue that has people upset. coming up, i'll explain in a live report. sue, it's cold out here. >> definitely is, matt. all right some -- already some places in the 30s. no freeze warning and that won't be as cold tonight as it was last night. what about the nor'easter? we'll talk about whether or not that is going to impact d.c. that is coming up in a few minutes. come on up to the news edge at 6.  . >>> to the district now, long lines greeted many this morning, despite the fact that over the weekend, election officials estimate over 50,000 people voted early. matt ackland is keeping an eye on things in d.c. and joins us live from mckinley tech high. >> reporter: we're told at this high school, the line was very long at 7:00
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coverage. tweet us your election thoughts about this historic election day. you can track the returns on our results page and download the fox 5 app to stay on top of everything throughout the day. we'll be back. l be back.  [ mitt romney ] we have to work on a collaborative basis. look, the reason i'm in this race is there are people that are really hurting today in this country. and we face this deficit -- could crush the future generations. and republicans and democrats both love america but we ed to have leadership -- leadership in washington that will actually bring people together and get the job done and could not care less if it's a republican or a democrat. i've done it before, i'll do it again. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message. >>> voters into new jersey are determined not to let the aftermath of sandy get in the way of casting a ballot. many residents voted early at an administrative office or at a voting bus that made its way to shelter. state officials also encouraged people to cast provisional ballots for the presidential race. >>> in new york, andrew cu
can tweet it. using the hash tag my 2k. not y2k. [ laughter ] my 2k. >> we figured that would make it easier to remember. >> bill: my 2k. we're tweeting it out ourselves. you should use it. we've got a photo up on the web site of the white house briefing yesterday. where jay carney had a screen in back of him with that hash tag my2k. use it today. and you know, $2,000 for most americans is a good chunk of change. extra money in the pocket. particularly right now at the holidays but i mean this will kick in next year. but that's $2,000 as the president said yesterday, you can use to buy clothes for the kids, put food on the table to maybe extend your vacation a little bit. at this time, there was a baby that cried in the crowd yesterday and he said you can use that to buy diapers for the baby. picture up right on it. >> $2,000 is a lot of money. >> bill: for most americans. for the koch brothers, they wouldn't even think about it. >> they spend that on lunch. >> bill: donald trump no. this is for a
evidence of media bias, tweet us fox news watch on twitter. karl rove becomes a liberal media target again. >> i'm raising the question of our responsibility to call these things when it appears to ordinary americans that we are not leading the pack for the sake of that. >> he stirs it up on election night expressing his concerns of the race call in ohio. why is the media questioning the roles of other political pros? that is next on news watch. >>> fox news can now project that president obama will win the crucial battleground state of ohio. long considered to be the harbinger for the nation with 18 electoral votes. ohio, this was the entire ballgame. >> jon: bret baier reporting the crucial call for the presidential race in ohio on tuesday night. a few minutes later, anchor chris wallace got reaction from joe trippi and karl rove. >> if you look at the some of the counties, there are a lot of votes left for obama that could outnumber some of the suburban areas. decision desk is looking at key precincts and that is what they do. we haven't been able to go and do that yet. >> apparently th
're finally getting that. >> finally. >>> always shoot us as e-mail at or tweet us and let us know why you're awake. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," republican lawmakers show signs of compromise on the fiscal cliff with some backing away from grover norquist and his anti-tax pledge. we'll discuss what that means for the livelihood of a deal ahead with the "morning joe" crew. >>> and when we come back here, we're going to huddle around the water cooler. we finally have a dollar value for what it would cost to ride a manatee. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] introducing the new dell xps 12. part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ >>> we told you at the top of the show that a congressional compromise might be in the works that would keep the government from going over the so-called fiscal cliff at the start of 2013. if a deal can't be reached, the vast majority of american families will be affected starting on january 2nd. if you want to sound smart
us an e-mail at or tweet us and let us know why you're awake. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> still ahead on "way too early" president obama's chicago bears get roughed up by the 49ers in front of a national audience. in fact, they were embarrassed on monday night football. we'll have highlights coming up next in sports, including a remarkable, remarkable debut by quarterback that nobody's heard of. >>> plus, if you're dreading spending time with the family on thanksgiving -- >> who would be doing that? >> i don't know. david letterman may have a solution for you. that clip and a check on the weather -- >> your mother is coming. >> yeah, she's coming. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usu
and comment on our other main stories if you want. if you prefer twitter, then tweet us, @bbcworld, or you can use the hash tag, #wvys. let's move on now. in athens, the trial has begun of a greek journalist who published a list of more than 2,000 people said to hold bank accounts in switzerland, some of whom are suspected of tax evasion. costas vaxevanis printed the list, which is given by the former french finance minister, christine lagarde, to her greek counterpart, back in 20, so but it wasn't investigated at the time. it included the names of many businessmen and politicians. mr. vaxevanis told the bbc's mark lowen why he published that list. >> the greek government have lied and made a mockery of this list. they were obliged to pass it to the government or justice system. they didn't do it, and they should be in prison for it. but instead they think i should be the one in prison. i imagine there will be a big reaction, especially from those on the list. even if we didn't say whether it would be anything legal, i didn't expect the government would react so fast and in such a vengeful way
featured on booktv? send us an e-mail at or tweet us at >> we don't know whether franklin roosevelt ever heard about florence greenberg's unprecedented call for health care as a right. because even though he had endorsed the conference, he chose that time to go on vacation. fdr was action on a cruise. i guess we can't really blame him, probably a pretty well-deserved vacation, but three years earlier fdr had refused to include medical coverage as part of the social security act because he did not want to antagonize the american medical profession. he did send a message of support to the health conference, but not long afterward the outbreak of world war ii forced the president attention elsewhere. five years later on january 11, 1944 in his state of the union address, roosevelt spoke to the american people about the war and especially about the kind of peace the allies plans to establish after the defeat of fascism. he said that the one supreme objective for the future can be summed up in one word, security. and that means that only physical securit
have been tweeting us, tweets, make us laugh again. we're trying to. >> this is kind of dumb, i was interviewing this family, the guy was hoisting up two kids and talking to him about would he leave again and the kids, very ram bung tus, and i want to apologize to the 2-year-old, i didn't mean it. let's watch. >> really scary. we wish we had taken the warning seriously and had left. >> really? >> if i could do it all over again, i would have -- i would have left immediately. >> anyway, i felt terrible for that little boy. >> that was like me and the puppy. >> we didn't mean it. >> we didn't mean it. >> this little boy was okay. that family did just fine. >> thank you. >> is true. they were -- everybody was asked to evacuate, if you were low-like and on coastal regions and we have lived in our house almost 20 years and we are right on the water. and we have never left before because we were on a 20-foot cliff. and so, we have always felt like if we stayed, then we can be a beacon for anybody else and that's -- thank you lord that's exactly what happened. >> stayed with you? >> we
in this morning two-way end. -- two ways. you can tweet us or send an email. we invite you to check out our facebook page. the headlines for this meeting yesterday reflect the same type of town seen in the washington post this morning. a picture of president obama and john boehner. the upbeat tone was a dramatic shift from recent years when the president and a gop fortified by anti-government activists clashed repeatedly over spending and taxes. if he were to go to yesterday's new york times, they have a listening are at least pictures of the key leaders that will be involved in this process. to show you where they stand specifically on some issues, here is the president saying he will reject any bill that extends tax cuts for the wealthy. here is john boehner who has said raising tax rates is unacceptable and a new revenue should be generated by economic growth spurred by a simpler tax code and that closes loopholes and and deductions. there are some other leaders involved in this project. what do you think they will be able to do to keep the fiscal cliff from happening by the end of the y
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police officer is still tweeting us tonight, letting us know what his partner is up to. it is kind of a virtual outreach, and palo alto police hope it comes handy in an emergency. some 5 million people use twitter, if you are following, it can be overwhelming. the palo alto police department is hoping to host their first ride-along on twitter, with burglaries up over the last year, police are eager to engage the community on an levels. >> this is the wave of the future, and how people are communicating these days. and if the police officer is not there to be a part of it, we're really missing out. >> reporter: he is tweeting while his partner drives, after hours of tweets, the number jumped up. some are not interested in reading tweets about every call, but they can see how twitter can help police get realtime investigation about an investigation. >> like community alerts, things like that, a sex predator, whatever, is on the loose, he looks like this or that, hash tag us with this, it will create a dialogue. >> reporter: they will continue until 1:00 this morning. they hope it wil
in virginia and all those ballot measures in maryland. use the hashing to fox 5 d.c. you decide to tweet us your -- hashtag fox 5 d.c. you decide to tweet us your thoughts. >>> there will be a puppet march this weekend gathering at lincoln park saturday morning. they'll march around the capitol to the reflecting pool. the march was organized after mitt romney called for the elimination of pbs during the first presidential debate. organizers say puppet marches are planned in new york city, atlanta and seattle. >>> the maryland general assembly's council says delegate tiffany alston has been permanently removed from poufs. she pled guilty to charges -- office. she pled guilty to charges that she used state funds. she reportedly gave up the possibility of reinstatement after agreeing to a plea deal. >>> a d.c. commissioner is accused of using a government only phone line for combat lines. he's reportedly made hundreds of calls since last august. juddson said he called the chat lines to stay awake driving home from baltimore. >>> could theout come of this sunday's football game predict the pres
of the day. are you going shopping today? let us know you can tweet us to fox friends first or e-mail us woleread them later in the show. time roit now. 11 after the top of the hour, coming up, the postal service is trying to dig its way out of the billions was your mail service could be getting faster. >> super storm sunday sandy nearly washed away a roller coaster and one mayor want to make that destruction and devastation a tourist attraction. we'll tul about that. ♪ [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. >> it is 15 after the hour and 33 homes damaged in this month's deadly blast in indianapolis and will be torn down. only four can be saved and the explosion is investigated as a murder case. this roller coaster was thrown in the ocean after super storm sandy devastated the pier underneath it it ma
think about the programming this weekend. you can tweet us at booktv. comment on the facebook wall, or send us an e-mail. booktv, non-fiction bocks every day weekend on c-span2. >>> joseph recounts the life of union philip -- robert e lee. the author recalls the military tactic and the postwar career which included command of the u.s. army. it's about 45 minutes. [applause] >> i want to thank coral ridge boobs for inviting me back and all the people to come out and hear about general fill sheraton of the try -- civilling war he was probably the least known of them. the other being grant and william sherman. in 1937, the three generals appeared together on a commemorative postage stamp, as part of a series honoring great u.s. military commanders. in the center grant to the right is sherman, and sheraton on grant's left. this is a appropriate because by the time civil war ended, sheraton was sometimes referred to as the left-hand of grant the left-handed. he was ten years younger than grant and sherman, he was a dynamo inspired his men with the intensity and by his personal leadershi
what you think about our programming this weekend. you can tweet us @booktv, comment on our facebook wall or send us an e-mail. booktv, nonfiction books every weekend on c-span2. >> washington post correspondent and author, his newest book "little america: the war within the war for afghanistan." rajiv, when you talk about little america, what are you talking about? >> guest: i'm talking about this remarkable community that the americans built in the deserts of southern afghanistan. not in the last couple years, but six decades ago. back when unknown to most of our countrymen there was dozens and dozens of american engineers there. this is back in the '40s and '50s digging irrigation canals, helping to nation build in afghanistan. and the very same terrain that president obama's troop surge unfolded in over the past couple of years. in my history of obama's surge, in my examination of it, i actually start back in the 1940s in this remarkable period of american assistance to afghanistan, a period of great optimism when we built this town there that the afghans started calling little a
for joining us and encourage you to write, call, or tweet us anytime with questions and comments. we love to hear from you. from all of us at first business, we hope you have a great day! [musi . >>> dozens of hotel guests are being evacuated following a hazmat situation. >>> we will tell you what alerted police to search a man. >>> and he got his job back last month but the new effort we are learning about to get sheriff ross mirkarimi out, it is all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> well, good morning, it is thursday, friday eve, i am brian flores. >> mark is in for steve this morning, when is the rain coming, that is the big question? >> well, we could be tracking a few showers. a couple of days ago we had record heat and a big reversal with our weather pattern. you can't see most of the action, to our north up along the northeast, it does include clouds increasing and we do have a chance of increasing showers and scattered showers this afternoon is a good bet. sal has an update on traffic, good morning sal. >>> we have some road work ar
why you're awake. shoot us an e-mail or tweet us. we'll read the best responses later in the show. still ahead on "way too early," a possible shakeup in the sec as a coach not named nick saban is offered big money to coach for one of alabama's rivals. we'll tell you who next in sports. and tonight, the annual lighting of the rockefeller center christmas tree. lewis is on location hugging the tree. >> look how pretty he is with his furrowed eyebrows and that tiny bone structure. >> did he just do a little ballet? >> as dweelicate as a bird. we'll also read your e-mails and tweets. >>> in great britt pin, margaret thatcher discovered political power is not forever. the prime minister of the '80s whitt when she finally realized her own party was abandoning her. [ emily jo ] derrell comes into starbucks with his wife, danielle, almost every weekend. derrell hasn't been able to visit his mom back east in a long time. [ shirley ] things are sometimes a little tight around the house. i wasn't able to go to the wedding. [ emily jo ] since derrell couldn't get home, we decided to bring hom
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, how would you get a deal done, you can tweet us, we'll read the best answers at the end. but a lot of have you been getting mean with me, and personal insults, we will not tolerate it. -- but we will, because we don't get a lot, if we did we would show discretion. anything bad you have to say, send it to lou dobbs, -- kidding. >> meanwhile, white house morning that uncertainty over fiscal cliff tax hikes could keep holiday shoppers from spending. and katie said, mr. president look in the mirror, do something about it. right now know onus on republico make concessions on revenues. part of those consequences from elections were boein both sidesg a little, i see it just one way thus far. >> we have white house coming out with the economic numbers warning that middle class might not go out and spend on holiday gifts. neil: do you believe it? >> i don't. neil: all right, it would take a ama c truck and a thum thermonur reactioning to stop my wife. >> they are trying to use the middle class argument that they used to get president obama reelected to get a fiscal deal done, the white hous
guest michael moore is here. tweet us tonight. we begin tonight live in manhattan's bridge tonight. jason, it is a rough time for many new yorkers tonight. it is a rough time for people on the east coast. it is almost two cities now. you have above 40th street and below 40th street. chaos. i had to walk here because it was complete gridlock. what can you tell me about when new york will be back on its feet? >> that is a question that a lot of people are asking. it is going to take a while before new york gets to what it used to be. today we witnessed thousands of people walking across the queensboro bridge. that is what we have been seeing throughout the day today. saw that as well. without subway service and train service. foot was the only way to do it. we had the buses running but that was a nightmare for some. actually just more than an hour ago as we were out here as a bus stop we witness ed a crush of people here. some of them had clearly lost their patients and there was swearing going on pushing and shoving and everyone who had been lined up again for hours -- >> tomorrowba
it there. more news watch ahead. first if you see something that shows evidence of media bias, tweet us. up next the media gears up for tuesday's big election. >> election day looms as candidates make a last ditch effort to reach voters and the media make a last ditch effort to prop up their man. that is next on news watch. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >>> you elected me in 2008, that is why i'm running for a second term for president of the united states of america. [ applause ] >> there is no question in my view that we really can't have four more years like the last four years. i know that the obama folks are chanting four more years. but our chant is this, five more days, five more days. >> jon: it sounded like three more days before the election. candidates pulling out the stops. doing everything w
featureed on book tv? send us an e-mail or tweet us. montpieler was named the capital for its location weapon visitedded the city to explore the history and literary culture. montpellier. >> we are at the historic vermont college of fine artses in montpellier vermont. i'm the founding president of the college. i've always been a story-teller and always loved to read, and i was reading -- i thought maybe shy do this and i went back to school and took a creative writing class and decided i had a knack for it and never turned back. there's nothing more satisfying than working on a novel, particularly when you have a job like running a college. it's almost like -- although my literary life is an important part of what i do in some ways i'm still a tinkerer at night in the garage. i'm no different than someone building model airplanes. eye just crafting a 280 page novel that people hopefully read and enjoy. >>> the building behind is was erected in 1868 and this was a women's undergraduate college for years. in 2006, the campus was in danger of closing. there were established msa programs h
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on the passing of larry hagman. tweet us victor cnn 0 ocnn. we'll read some of them at the end of the hour. >> and number two, hundreds turn out to protest walmart on black friday. the group our walmart says it is fighting for better wages and hours for workers and that the company retaliates against employees who speak out against the company. walmart says the group doesn't represent its employees and that only 50 of its workers actually joined that protest. >>> it has been an agonizing week for the family of champion boxer hector macho camacho and now his mother says she will probably decide today whether to take him off life support. the 50-year-old puerto rican boxing champ is brain dead after being shot in the face on tuesday. the gunman and another suspect are still out there somewhere. one of camacho's sons says his father is alive and will fight to the end. >>> number four, a gun was fired inside a target store in aurora, colorado last night. police say a man in a ski mask fired one bullet into the ceiling while in the pharmacy section. he then ran outside the building before many
-fiction author or book you would like to see featured on booktv? send us an e-mail at or tweet >>> novellest james patterson is speaking at the miami book fair. he talked about the reading program that he has personally started. we wanted to look at some of the other reading programs that are available in the united states and see what the efforts are. i want to begin with jane robinson. the chief financial officer of a group called first book. if you can describe what first book is to start? >> yes, hi, peter. i just want to say thank you to c-span for all the incredible support you have given to the entire industry and the entire concept of reading and literacy, c-span has been a leader on that and it's wonderful just to -- [inaudible] first book is the non-profit that provides books and educational materials to programs, serving kids in need, classrooms serving kids in need across the united states. >> and how did you get started and where do you get your funding from? >> we started twenty years ago, in fact, we are celebrating our 100 millionth book d
in virginia and all those ballot measures in maryland. use the hashtag box 5 d.c. you decide and tweet us your thoughts. >>> i'm going to miss those political ads, brian. >> your dvr i'm sure is full. go back and reminisce. >> that's right. they've been running for so long it's something we can go way back on. >> we're looking at a storm system, not tomorrow, though. >> no. by the way, a couple very reliable models jumped it about 100 to 150 miles farther east off the coast. that would be good. we're not sure that will continue, so we'll pay attention to that, but in that scenario we wouldn't even get rain, but if it's closer, we could get a mix of rain and snow. look at what's going on outside tonight it's chilly, already in the 30s in some spots, 29 degrees i saw somewhere. your furnace is clicking on and it will probably do that in the morning. freeze warning is in effect overnight. this will signal the end of growing season. yeah, it's over. we know that, but national weather service says there will be more cold nights, but they won't continue to issue freeze warnings. this one kicks in at
to hear from you. tweet us your feedback. >> it was almost two years ago that i decided it was time to write a fact based primer -- premiere on gay-rights, specifically targets right of center voters, has the subtitle of the book. to do two things, number one gun a to challenge the religious right on its own turf and to show that what it -- that much of what is derisively or what they derisively called the gay agenda is actually consistent with fundamental republican and libertarian principles. number two, to show center-right voters who believe in social tolerance that not only are they not a voice in the wilderness, they actually represent a majority of rank-and-file republican voters. so the book has three major things. the first one i just alluded to, many on the right simply don't understand that properly understood, a gay rights are, in fact imperfectly compatible with fundamental republican principles of limited government , individual rights, and equal protection of law. the essence of the classical liberal or libertarian philosophy is simply one of live
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